Don't mess with Donald Trump. He's the kind of guy who, if you look at him the wrong way during a business deal, will find a way to exact revenge. City leaders in Doral found that out the hard way. The 2014 edition of the Trump-owned Miss USA pageant was scheduled to take place at the similarly Tr ... More >>
Turns out Xavier Suarez and Joe Carollo can actually agree on something: they like Newt Gingrich. They've both been announced as members of Gingrich's Florida Steering Committee. Then again, it only makes sense that two guys who saw their political careers take embarrassing stumbles in the '90s w ... More >>
Joe CarolloIn this week's Miami New Times, we take a peek at the brewing battle over the The Genting Group's grandiose plan to redevelop the Miami Herald's storied waterfront home into a gigantic casino resort, Leading the criticism is former Miami Mayor Joe Carollo, who warns the ... More >>
So Joe Carollo never did make that last-minute, dramatic entrance into the last mayoral race, but one of Miami's most colorful former mayors is apparently gearing up for a return to elected office.According to Naked Politics, he has his eyes on a state Senate seat in District 36. But he'd be runn ... More >>
Alex Izaguirre The tepid race to replace Miami Mayor Manny Diaz could soon get a shot of Sazon if the chatter emanating from city hall is true. A handful of political consultants said earlier today that former Mayor Joe Carollo is seriously considering jumping into the contest. As of now, it ... More >>
Alex Izaguirre In the crowded race to for the city commission seat being vacated by Joe Sanchez, perennial candidate Frank Carollo has amassed $95,275 in campaign . The guy's run before.Vitals: A 39-year-old certified public accountant with a perfectly symmetrical pompadour. Qualifications: Ra ... More >>
Experts ponder the possibilities for winning or losing the Miami mayor's race
When you hear the name Maurice Ferré, what comes to mind? Something positive? Negative? Anything at all?
Amor a la Musica
From the issue of July 5, 2001
From the issue of June 14, 2000
Miami Mayor Joe Carollo wants to remain in public life, but there's one problem: His private life
Joe Carollo walks out on Haitian legislator
"It's business as usual here."
So you weren't among those lucky few who dined with the king and queen? Consider it a compliment.
On the eve of its permanent disfigurement, the Miami Circle unleashed its mysterious powers of survival
With no public input whatsoever, Miami officials have put together a deal to trade waterfront park land for massive cruise ship terminals and a lovely parking garage
From the issue of August 3, 2000
Miami's mayor is a fool for loot
Gotta Go Bananas
Letters from the issue of May 25, 2000
The attorneys who represented Elian's Miami relatives may have a political future
The mayor took to radio recently. And boy was it interesting!
Miami's mayoral meltdown has a long and nasty history
Benedict "Ben" Kuehne
Correspondence from our readers
Scenes from a splintered city
How a former FBI agent with a yen for computers became one of the most powerful men in Miami
After years of popularity, a financial scandal threatens the reign of City Manager Donald Warshaw
Promoter Debbie Ohanian stared down the City of Miami and won a victory in the area's latest absurdo
Miami Mayor Joe Carollo dreams of a world [trade center] without Alex Penelas
If Joe Carollo gets into bed with old nemesis Wayne Huizenga, two of the mayor's closest advisers will be fluffing the pillows
Legal experts and insider politicos agree: Voter fraud will soon force Xavier Suarez from office. Then What?
Xavier Suarez on the campaign trail: A pair of fifteen-dollar shoes and cures for all Miami's ills
No, we're not talking about McGwire or Griffey. We're talking about a new ballpark.
Miami's newly politicized windsurfers pressure city hall to reopen Virginia Key beach
Diehard fans of the Magic City open their hearts -- and their checkbooks
The hiring of the mysterious Zohar Lahav at $52,000 per year has critics of Miami Mayor Joe Carollo yelling foul
Already charged with corruption, Odio now faces renewed questions about his misuse of a discretionary fund
In choosing Rev. Richard Dunn to fill in for Miller Dawkins, commissioners saved Miami's citywide election soul -- for now
Miami city manager Cesar Odio loves to hand out taxpayer money to his friends. It's not under the table, but it is under the radar.
The commission meeting is over. The last whining constituent has gone home. Now it's time to kick back and enjoy.
And auto repair, and the occasional nephew. . . An edifying look at Miami City Commission candidates' financial statements
It's a fair bet that your favorite Dade big shot is a sure shot, too